The i3 Standard
Developed by public safety professionals, the i3 standard describes protocols, interfaces and systems required to ensure seamless interoperability in
According to the National Emergency Number Association (NENA), the "i3 architecture standard is accepted and supported by industry and public safety practitioners around the world and is the universally-acknowledged basis for public safety deployments of NG9-1-1 systems."
The development and maintenance of relevant standards ensure networks, systems, applications and components can share and readily use information securely and effectively. A key to the success of Next Generation 911 (NG9-1-1) is the development and adoption of a common set of standards that will support interoperability across multiple emergency communications environments.
NENA’s i3 architecture is a non-proprietary, consensus-based standard that defines the network, components and interfaces required for a complete NG9-1-1 system. Industry and public safety practitioners around the world have worked diligently to develop both the i3 standard itself, and the broader family of NG9-1-1 standards built on the i3 architecture.
DDTI is committed to providing NG9-1-1 solutions that are fully compliant with current and future NENA i3 standards. We regularly participate in NENA’s Industry Collaboration Events (ICE) and serve on multiple technical committees developing relevant standards.